There’s a protest march in Dresden

The protest against the “Mourning March” and the neo-Nazi rally in Dresden was supported by about 2 thousand people.

With drums, loud music and choral speeches, so many people in Dresden protested against the neo-Nazi rally and the so-called “Mourning March” in memory of the destruction of the city during World War II.

On the banners of the protesters it was possible to read: “Communicating against the right’s pressure in Europe”. Dressed in pink, the demonstrators held a cardboard with the inscription: “Better a bird of paradise than an imperial eagle”.


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